(1) The dentist shall not knowingly prescribe opioids in combination with the following Schedule II-IV medications without documentation of clinical judgment and discussion of risks with patient:
(d) Carisoprodol; or
(e) Sleeping medications also known as Z drugs.
(2) If a patient receiving an opioid prescription is known to be concurrently prescribed one or more of the medications listed in subsection (1) of this section, the dentist prescribing opioids shall consult with the other prescriber(s) to establish a patient care plan for the use of the medications concurrently or consider whether one of the medications should be tapered.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 18.32.002
and 2017 c 297. WSR 19-02-043, § 246-817-975, filed 12/26/18, effective 1/26/19.]